Dressed stylishly in black, top models Irina Shayk and Stella Maxwell attracted attention at the Bambi Awards in Munich.
The Bambi Awards are celebrating their 75th birthday – and for this anniversary there is a lot of glamor on the red carpet: In addition to numerous German celebrities from the film, music and sports industries, international top models Irina Shayk (37) and Stella Maxwell also posed (33) for the photographers. Both former “Victoria’s Secret” models appeared in Munich in elegant black evening gowns.
Irina Shayk for Nazan Eckes the “most beautiful woman on the planet”
had opted for a floor-length dress for the awards ceremony in the Bavaria Filmstadt on Thursday evening (November 16th). The top of the evening gown was made of a leather-look material, while the skirt was made of satin. The former partner of Hollywood star Bradley Copper (48) wore elegant gloves with long sleeves with this extravagant mix of materials. Apart from a glittering silver bracelet and a ring, she didn’t add any other accessories to her outfit. Bambi presenter Nazan Eckes (47) expressed her admiration for the model at the opening of the awards ceremony: She greeted her “as the most beautiful woman on the planet” in front of the gala audience.
Shayk’s model colleague Stella Maxwell also attended the awards ceremony in a black, floor-length evening dress. Her gown featured extreme, extravagant cut-outs. The look was also completed with a very striking black eyeliner. Before the award ceremony, Irina Shayk and Stella Maxwell were in the best international company on the red carpet in Munich: together with acting star Mads Mikkelsen (57), who was awarded in the “International Acting” category, the two posed for the photographers.
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